“We literally stole our voice from other body parts—the organs that help us breathe, eat, and support our skulls. It’s a fact—we only speak because we had to, and we literally re-wired ourselves to meet that burning need for self-expression.”Read more of our interview with writer Elena Passarello on her upcoming book, Let Me Clear My Throat, here.

“We literally stole our voice from other body parts—the organs that help us breathe, eat, and support our skulls. It’s a fact—we only speak because we had to, and we literally re-wired ourselves to meet that burning need for self-expression.”

Read more of our interview with writer Elena Passarello on her upcoming book, Let Me Clear My Throat, here.

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